Hands down best state motto.
over 1 year ago
My mind is blown!
thanks @Christopher, I think this one is my fav so far :)
There's an extra L in Colonials. Other than that, my mind is also blown!
@Greg, yeah I saw that.. but then again this isn't my first..or second.. or third typo shot on dribbble haha. thanks man!
Much agreed. You've been rockin n rolling with these Adam. Any particular reason or project on the horizon involving all these sweet designs?
All of these State Badges are phenomenal! Damn.
@kirk visola @Brandon Miller thanks guys!
Great series – very impressive, even with typos!
really cool stuff man! i really like the banner in this one. keep it up
Love all of your badges, these are extremely well done!
I FLIPPEN LOVE THIS! Best state to grow up in too.
The differences in all the badge designs are incredible. I love all of them!
@Mitch Ray thanks man!
@Josh Tilton thanks! I've only visited NH twice but always enjoyed it, and I sure wouldn't have minded being a boy there!
@Juan Pilar thanks man, coming up with new elements / shapes for these badges definitely keeps the project fun and alive.
Had the chance to live there for a year.
great logo for a great motto
Loving all of these badges. Got a question for ya: how would you replicate these textures / styles in Illustrator so it's scalable? I'm in the process of making a logo / badge for a client who loves this feeling but needs to use it on tons of applications. I'm concerned with getting that texture / grain in a scalable fashion. I see so much photoshop exploration with blending modes... is this do-able in illustrator?
by Adam Trageser
If I were a badge, this would be me. Made this after being invited to be a contributor for @Mike Jones' Life Badges project.
Attached is the flat version.
over 1 year ago
awesome, home state, woooo. I'm about to start up a hometown icon project soon, we'll see where that lands.
about 1 month ago
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